These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Daily Mail Online The Daily Mail's website is calling for a browser alert that criticises its journalism to be changed.
The NewsGuard plug-in currently brings up a warning that says dailymail. It has given this advice since August. But the matter came to prominence last week, after Microsoft updated its Edge browser app for Android and iOS devices and built in NewsGuard.
This prompted several other media outlets to report the story.
At present, NewsGuard must be switched on by users of Microsoft's Edge app, but the BBC understands there are plans for it to become the default option in the future.
The New York-based service - which is independent of Microsoft - also has ambitions to include its tool in further products from the Windows developer as well as other tech firms. But for now, it can be used as an add-on extension in the desktop version of web browsers including Edge, Google's Chrome, Mozilla's Firefox and Apple's Safari.
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